### Table 1: Numerical application results

### Table 3. Numerical results of the application of the pruning methods.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Network pruning is carried out through application of the CAPE method, as described in Section 3. Numerical results are shown in Table3 . In this table, Nc is the number of connections, CRtrain and CRtest stand for the classi cation rate for the training and testing data, respectively.... ..."

### Table 5: Applications used. All numerical applications use double precision. For each non-numerical application, we use three different inputs. Of these, the one used for profiling is shown in italics.

2001

"... In PAGE 7: ... LU performs LU matrix decom- position. Table5 shows the problem sizes used for the applications.... ..."

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### Table 5: Applications used. All numerical applications use double precision. For each non-numerical application, we use three different inputs. Of these, the one used for profiling is shown in italics.

2001

"... In PAGE 7: ... LU performs LU matrix decom- position. Table5 shows the problem sizes used for the applications.... ..."

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### Table 5: Applications used. All numerical applications use double precision. For each non-numerical application, we use three different inputs. Of these, the one used for profiling is shown in italics.

"... In PAGE 7: ... LU performs LU matrix decom- position. Table5 shows the problem sizes used for the applications.... ..."

### Table 1. Numerical attributes in the application to Stockport census data.

2002

"... In PAGE 6: ...ature of census data. Firstly, census data are all numeric. Thus attributes with a large domain have been discretized and possibly normalized. Census attributes in our experimentation are listed in Table1 . Data on employment (see attributes c24- c35) refer to persons aged 16 and over.... In PAGE 8: ... to express the constraint on S. From the extraction of spatial objects in S and R, the selection and transformation of numerical properties of interest (see Table1 ) and the computation of the adjacency relationship among objects in S and objects in R, we obtain the Datalog database D(S) to be given in input to the system. The specification of language bias and other settings is also required.... ..."

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### Table 1. Numerical attributes in the application to Stockport census data.

2001

"... In PAGE 5: ... Second, census data are all numeric (more precisely, integer values). The attributes that we have selected for this experiment (see Table1 ) refer to residents aged 16 and over, thus they have been normalized with respect to the total number of residents aged 16 and over (s820001). Each couple of consecutive cut points a and b has gener- ated an interval of the kind [a.... ..."

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### Table 1 shows a sample of the numerous applications that allow users to create their own profiles and publicize their social circle.

2004

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